An ongoing, eclectic commentary on Unitarian Universalism, after retirement from active ministry--as I see it, practice it, and love it, with sidebars on life, love and the pursuit of happiness.
So glad you liked it finally! BUT did you like the epilogue? I thought it was dumb, but it also ended any idea of anymore HP books.
Yeah. You wrote about it very close to the low point.Actually, Jan, given that we don't even find out from the epilogue what Harry's job is, it leaves a great many possibilities open...
CC, you're a spoiler.
No, I'm telling people what secrets WON'T be revealed.I'm a reverse spoiler. CC
If you're saying that in the epilogue there's a Harry who has a job, and the only thing we don't know is what that job is, that's a spoiler.
I think at this point most people who would care about spoilers would have the book finished, or realize they may be subjected to them.What struck me was the Epiloge was that it was 19 years later, and James is 12 (second year at Hogwarts) that leaves 7 years post Hallows and no kids.7 more years... maybe Harry is not over with trouble after all, or maybe I am just wishful thinking.
Uh, how old was Ginny at the end of Hallows? 16? You think they should have started trying sooner?
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